Tag Archive: George Ermold

Aug 04 2013

Welcome to the Club, Greg! – Week 15 Recap

The setting was perfect.  The weather was gorgeous, the back-9 was playing fairly & Team George was having a bad day!  Nobody expected any excitement out of the match up between two middle-of-the-pack teams in G & G Snow Plow (Team 9) and Heyl Farms (Team 7). But, we got more than excitement; we got …

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Jul 30 2013

Smokin’ George – Week 14 Recap

It was a great day to be alive…especially if you are a member of Team George; that is, Quail Creek (Team 2)!  They did what George Ermold used to do in his hay day, hence the nick-name “Smokin’ George!  With their 10-point sweep over first-half winners, AALCO MFG. (Team 8), Quail Creek is now in …

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Jul 21 2013

Hot, Humid, No Wind, No Front 9 – Week 13 Recap

Last week was perfect: nice temps, slight breeze, no humidity, and the front 9.  All of that equaled some of the best golfing in one night be Coot’s guys. That was last week. This week, a totally different story.  High temperatures, tons of humidity, no wind, and that damned back 9.  But, the results on …

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Jul 16 2013

As Easy As the Front 9 – Week 12 Recap

AWESOME WEATHER; awesome scores – it was “as easy as the front 9” on Week 12! It was truly picture-perfect weather; the type not usually seen at this point in the season.  The combination of great weather and playing on the front-9 at Quail led to some lights-out shooting on the course. Leading the way …

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Jul 08 2013

Hot! Damn Hot! – Week 11 Recap

Hot? YES. Damn Hot? YES. Back 9? YES, DAMN. It took a little longer than some seasons, but the heat is here just in time for Coot’s second half! AALCO MFG. (Team 8) is keeping up with the weather after their first-half title; they earned 8 points on the night to take over second place …

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Apr 14 2013

A Tradition Unlike Any Other – Week 1 Recap

On the same day the 77th Masters Tournament kicked off, so did another tradition unlike any other: the Coot Brown Golf League! It’s been a long winter & it’s finally time for the 27th season of the longest-running amateur league in St. Louis.  And man were Coot’s guys ready…too bad the weather wasn’t. After a …

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Aug 27 2012

All Good Things Come To An End – Week 19 Recap

It was warm, about 95-degrees; play was on the front 9, Coot’s favorite; play didn’t mean anything for the standings, Mead Electric already wrapped up the second-half title; but it sure was a dart game! Two different golfers turned in even-par scores of 36: George Ermold and Jeff Laury (Jeff also had the low-net-score of …

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May 12 2012

More Perfect Weather – Week 5 Recap

And here we are, at the quarter-post again.  Coot’s 26th season is going by as fast as the first 25 did.  The only difference with this one is…the PERFECT weather!  The is the first time in Coot’s history that weather has not negatively impacted any of the first five weeks of the season. And the …

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Apr 29 2011

And The Thunder Rolled – Week 3 Review

Another week, more rain. As the waters continue to rise around Quail Creek (creeping toward the 2nd hole as we speak), the rumble in the standings was as loud as the thunder. Week 3 was greeted with 61-degree temperatures, a cool breeze, and thunderstorms around the area. Oh yea, and more play on the back …

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